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Cisco 851/%SYS-2-MALLOCFAIL: Memory allocation of 65536 bytes failed

Hi,

First time posting here.

I have a new Cisco 851 router.  Like clockwork, every 4 days I find the
following in the SYSLOG on my main server:

Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 000064: *Dec 25 09:54:01.476 PCTime: %SYS-2-MALLOCFAIL: Memory allocation of 65536 bytes failed
 from 0x8011A088, alignment 32
Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 69: Pool: Processor  Free: 79776  Cause: Memory fragmentation
Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 70: Alternate Pool: None  Free: 0  Cause: No Alternate pool
Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 71:
Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 72: -Process= "ARP Input", ipl= 0, pid= 8
Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 73: -Traceback= 0x8054EE44 0x800F750C 0x800FD13C 0x8011A08C 0x803A69B4 0x807036A4 0x808F7C30 0x808F8250
 0x808F8EDC 0x803B2F54 0x800DDF38 0x800E11F8
Dec 25 15:44:49 Cisco 74: 000065: *Dec 25 09:54:01.476 PCTime: %FIB-3-NOMEM: Malloc Failure, disabling CEF
Dec 25 15:44:49 Cisco 75: -Traceback= 0x8054EE44 0x803A69FC 0x807036A4 0x808F7C30 0x808F8250 0x808F8EDC 0x803B2F54 0x800DDF38
 0x800E11F8

As you can see, I received a Christmas present yesterday.

I've searched the Cisco support forums and I've googled this error, and I
have not found any real solution.  When this happens, the router is inac-
cessible and has to be reloaded from the serial console or power-cycled.

Can anyone here offer a clue or solution?  I am no IOS power user either,
so please reply with cogent instructions.

Thanks.

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On 26 Dec, 15:28, VAXman-  @SendSpamHere.ORG wrote:
> Hi,
>
> First time posting here.
>
> I have a new Cisco 851 router. =A0Like clockwork, every 4 days I find the
> following in the SYSLOG on my main server:
>
> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 000064: *Dec 25 09:54:01.476 PCTime: %SYS-2-MALLOCF=
AIL: Memory allocation of 65536 bytes failed
> =A0from 0x8011A088, alignment 32
> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 69: Pool: Processor =A0Free: 79776 =A0Cause: Memory=
 fragmentation
> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 70: Alternate Pool: None =A0Free: 0 =A0Cause: No Al=
ternate pool
> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 71:
> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 72: -Process=3D "ARP Input", ipl=3D 0, pid=3D 8
> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 73: -Traceback=3D 0x8054EE44 0x800F750C 0x800FD13C =
0x8011A08C 0x803A69B4 0x807036A4 0x808F7C30 0x808F8250
> =A00x808F8EDC 0x803B2F54 0x800DDF38 0x800E11F8
> Dec 25 15:44:49 Cisco 74: 000065: *Dec 25 09:54:01.476 PCTime: %FIB-3-NOM=
EM: Malloc Failure, disabling CEF
> Dec 25 15:44:49 Cisco 75: -Traceback=3D 0x8054EE44 0x803A69FC 0x807036A4 =
0x808F7C30 0x808F8250 0x808F8EDC 0x803B2F54 0x800DDF38
> =A00x800E11F8
>
> As you can see, I received a Christmas present yesterday.
>
> I've searched the Cisco support forums and I've googled this error, and I
> have not found any real solution. =A0When this happens, the router is ina=
c-
> cessible and has to be reloaded from the serial console or power-cycled.
>
> Can anyone here offer a clue or solution? =A0I am no IOS power user eithe=
r,
> so please reply with cogent instructions.
>
> Thanks.

Obviously - the router has exhausted its memory.

If you check with sh mem
router#sh mem
                Head    Total(b)     Used(b)     Free(b)   Lowest(b)
Largest(b)
Processor   83099124    70676188    27469044    43207144
40316708    38171256
      I/O    7400000    12582912     3925532     8657380
8530336     8537212

and worry about the Processor, free, lowest, largest
and also compare how that changes in time against
sh proc mem entries per process

you may be able to work out which process is capturing all of the
memory.

Since you have already been notified that an ARP
process is the one failing the allocation I would check that
you are not doing proxy arp on your internet facing
interface, or for that matter on th inside interface.

int fa 4   ! If I recall correctly
no ip proxy-arp

If none of this makes any sense post

sh proc mem

over several intervals before the router crashes.
0
bod43
12/26/2008 11:51:47 PM
In article <74252e04-c335-426b-948c-573c1578c740@a12g2000pro.googlegroups.com>, bod43 <Bod43@hotmail.co.uk> writes:
>On 26 Dec, 15:28, VAXman-  @SendSpamHere.ORG wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> First time posting here.
>>
>> I have a new Cisco 851 router. =A0Like clockwork, every 4 days I find the
>> following in the SYSLOG on my main server:
>>
>> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 000064: *Dec 25 09:54:01.476 PCTime: %SYS-2-MALLOCF=
>AIL: Memory allocation of 65536 bytes failed
>> =A0from 0x8011A088, alignment 32
>> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 69: Pool: Processor =A0Free: 79776 =A0Cause: Memory=
> fragmentation
>> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 70: Alternate Pool: None =A0Free: 0 =A0Cause: No Al=
>ternate pool
>> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 71:
>> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 72: -Process=3D "ARP Input", ipl=3D 0, pid=3D 8
>> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 73: -Traceback=3D 0x8054EE44 0x800F750C 0x800FD13C =
>0x8011A08C 0x803A69B4 0x807036A4 0x808F7C30 0x808F8250
>> =A00x808F8EDC 0x803B2F54 0x800DDF38 0x800E11F8
>> Dec 25 15:44:49 Cisco 74: 000065: *Dec 25 09:54:01.476 PCTime: %FIB-3-NOM=
>EM: Malloc Failure, disabling CEF
>> Dec 25 15:44:49 Cisco 75: -Traceback=3D 0x8054EE44 0x803A69FC 0x807036A4 =
>0x808F7C30 0x808F8250 0x808F8EDC 0x803B2F54 0x800DDF38
>> =A00x800E11F8
>>
>> As you can see, I received a Christmas present yesterday.
>>
>> I've searched the Cisco support forums and I've googled this error, and I
>> have not found any real solution. =A0When this happens, the router is ina=
>c-
>> cessible and has to be reloaded from the serial console or power-cycled.
>>
>> Can anyone here offer a clue or solution? =A0I am no IOS power user eithe=
>r,
>> so please reply with cogent instructions.
>>
>> Thanks.
>
>Obviously - the router has exhausted its memory.
>
>If you check with sh mem
>router#sh mem
>                Head    Total(b)     Used(b)     Free(b)   Lowest(b)
>Largest(b)
>Processor   83099124    70676188    27469044    43207144
>40316708    38171256
>      I/O    7400000    12582912     3925532     8657380
>8530336     8537212
>
>and worry about the Processor, free, lowest, largest
>and also compare how that changes in time against
>sh proc mem entries per process
>
>you may be able to work out which process is capturing all of the
>memory.
>
>Since you have already been notified that an ARP
>process is the one failing the allocation I would check that
>you are not doing proxy arp on your internet facing
>interface, or for that matter on th inside interface.
>
>int fa 4   ! If I recall correctly
>no ip proxy-arp

I have this on Interface FastEthernet4 as well as Vlan1.


>If none of this makes any sense post
>
>sh proc mem
>
>over several intervals before the router crashes.

I'll try.

I found one discussion about this and added some arp timeout values that
should free up the cached translations, I hope.  I set FastEthernet4 to
300 seconds and Vlan1 to 900 seconds.  I'll be watching the memory over
the next couple of days.

Any other suggestions, I'm all ears at this point having pretty much ex-
hausted other paths.

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VAXman
12/27/2008 12:35:18 AM
In article <00A84B19.8C2C6E64@SendSpamHere.ORG>, VAXman-  @SendSpamHere.ORG writes:
>In article <74252e04-c335-426b-948c-573c1578c740@a12g2000pro.googlegroups.com>, bod43 <Bod43@hotmail.co.uk> writes:
>>On 26 Dec, 15:28, VAXman-  @SendSpamHere.ORG wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> First time posting here.
>>>
>>> I have a new Cisco 851 router. =A0Like clockwork, every 4 days I find the
>>> following in the SYSLOG on my main server:
>>>
>>> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 000064: *Dec 25 09:54:01.476 PCTime: %SYS-2-MALLOCF=
>>AIL: Memory allocation of 65536 bytes failed
>>> =A0from 0x8011A088, alignment 32
>>> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 69: Pool: Processor =A0Free: 79776 =A0Cause: Memory=
>> fragmentation
>>> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 70: Alternate Pool: None =A0Free: 0 =A0Cause: No Al=
>>ternate pool
>>> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 71:
>>> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 72: -Process=3D "ARP Input", ipl=3D 0, pid=3D 8
>>> Dec 25 15:44:48 Cisco 73: -Traceback=3D 0x8054EE44 0x800F750C 0x800FD13C =
>>0x8011A08C 0x803A69B4 0x807036A4 0x808F7C30 0x808F8250
>>> =A00x808F8EDC 0x803B2F54 0x800DDF38 0x800E11F8
>>> Dec 25 15:44:49 Cisco 74: 000065: *Dec 25 09:54:01.476 PCTime: %FIB-3-NOM=
>>EM: Malloc Failure, disabling CEF
>>> Dec 25 15:44:49 Cisco 75: -Traceback=3D 0x8054EE44 0x803A69FC 0x807036A4 =
>>0x808F7C30 0x808F8250 0x808F8EDC 0x803B2F54 0x800DDF38
>>> =A00x800E11F8
>>>
>>> As you can see, I received a Christmas present yesterday.
>>>
>>> I've searched the Cisco support forums and I've googled this error, and I
>>> have not found any real solution. =A0When this happens, the router is ina=
>>c-
>>> cessible and has to be reloaded from the serial console or power-cycled.
>>>
>>> Can anyone here offer a clue or solution? =A0I am no IOS power user eithe=
>>r,
>>> so please reply with cogent instructions.
>>>
>>> Thanks.
>>
>>Obviously - the router has exhausted its memory.
>>
>>If you check with sh mem
>>router#sh mem
>>                Head    Total(b)     Used(b)     Free(b)   Lowest(b)
>>Largest(b)
>>Processor   83099124    70676188    27469044    43207144
>>40316708    38171256
>>      I/O    7400000    12582912     3925532     8657380
>>8530336     8537212
>>
>>and worry about the Processor, free, lowest, largest
>>and also compare how that changes in time against
>>sh proc mem entries per process
>>
>>you may be able to work out which process is capturing all of the
>>memory.
>>
>>Since you have already been notified that an ARP
>>process is the one failing the allocation I would check that
>>you are not doing proxy arp on your internet facing
>>interface, or for that matter on th inside interface.
>>
>>int fa 4   ! If I recall correctly
>>no ip proxy-arp
>
>I have this on Interface FastEthernet4 as well as Vlan1.
>
>
>>If none of this makes any sense post
>>
>>sh proc mem
>>
>>over several intervals before the router crashes.
>
>I'll try.
>
>I found one discussion about this and added some arp timeout values that
>should free up the cached translations, I hope.  I set FastEthernet4 to
>300 seconds and Vlan1 to 900 seconds.  I'll be watching the memory over
>the next couple of days.
>
>Any other suggestions, I'm all ears at this point having pretty much ex-
>hausted other paths.

I found it.  I removed:

# ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 FastEthernet4

and replaced it with:

# ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 24.xx.yy.zz  (IP address up upstream router,)


I removed the timeouts that I had installed too.

# show process memory 8 

has shown a rock steady memory use now at 7176 bytes.

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VAXman
12/27/2008 1:43:28 AM
On 27 Dec, 01:43, VAXman-  @SendSpamHere.ORG wrote:

> # ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 FastEthernet4
> and replaced it with:
> # ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 24.xx.yy.zz =A0(IP address up upstream router,=
)

I had never figured out what ip route xxx xxxx interface *ethernet*
really meant. I know now:)
Thanks.

Documentation just says not recomended or something like that.

It was not that you were offering proxy ARP responses
no ip proxy arp
That would not use memory on your router

but you were doing proxy arp requests for all internet
destinations.

Filling the memory with ARP entries every 4 days
would require a *lot* of surfing.

You are probably being scanned (well everybody is)
and perhaps you might want to look at exactly what
is doing all of that diverse internet access if you dont
expect it.

Being generous each ARP entry would require say 20 bytes
of RAM and an 877 here has 40M free so it would take
2M ARP entries to fill it.

A lot of surfing.

Of course the code might not be as efficient as my wild guess
or it might be better.

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bod43
12/27/2008 12:29:49 PM
In article <97dd7d1e-fa83-4fe6-a18e-9194735308ec@e3g2000vbe.googlegroups.com>, bod43 <Bod43@hotmail.co.uk> writes:
>On 27 Dec, 01:43, VAXman-  @SendSpamHere.ORG wrote:
>
>> # ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 FastEthernet4
>> and replaced it with:
>> # ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 24.xx.yy.zz =A0(IP address up upstream router,=
>)
>
>I had never figured out what ip route xxx xxxx interface *ethernet*
>really meant. I know now:)
>Thanks.

That was the default set using the WEB GUI interface which is what I used
just to get the initial configuration I then editted.


>Documentation just says not recomended or something like that.
>
>It was not that you were offering proxy ARP responses
>no ip proxy arp
>That would not use memory on your router
>
>but you were doing proxy arp requests for all internet
>destinations.
>
>Filling the memory with ARP entries every 4 days
>would require a *lot* of surfing.
>
>You are probably being scanned (well everybody is)
>and perhaps you might want to look at exactly what
>is doing all of that diverse internet access if you dont
>expect it.
>
>Being generous each ARP entry would require say 20 bytes
>of RAM and an 877 here has 40M free so it would take
>2M ARP entries to fill it.
>
>A lot of surfing.

Running a web site for an internet radio station, a photo site, several
band sites, a horse farm, a travel agency, and a software company.  Ac-
cesses from all over the world.


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VAXman
12/28/2008 2:25:35 AM
On 28 Dec, 02:25, VAXman-  @SendSpamHere.ORG wrote:
> That was the default set using the WEB GUI interface which is what I used
> just to get the initial configuration I then editted.

Really! That is not so hot at all. Black mark to Cisco if correct.
For sure it is not at all sensible to use the
interface form of the ip route command on an Ethernet.
It is fine on a DSL or serial other point to point interface.

> Running a web site for an internet radio station, a photo site, several
> band sites, a horse farm, a travel agency, and a software company. =A0Ac-
> cesses from all over the world.

Well, if it is working out then good luck. For business use
I have tended to avoid the bottom end of the range. Luckily
I had a budget available to use 2801 for business locations.
I have often used 8[357]x for "home" access to business systems
without reservation, but had seen issues on office sites.
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bod43
12/29/2008 3:32:03 AM
In article <d19c3b1e-3032-4440-b981-0b25c63d41d3@r10g2000prf.googlegroups.com>, bod43 <Bod43@hotmail.co.uk> writes:
>On 28 Dec, 02:25, VAXman-  @SendSpamHere.ORG wrote:
>> That was the default set using the WEB GUI interface which is what I used
>> just to get the initial configuration I then editted.
>
>Really! That is not so hot at all. Black mark to Cisco if correct.
>For sure it is not at all sensible to use the
>interface form of the ip route command on an Ethernet.
>It is fine on a DSL or serial other point to point interface.

That is where it originated.  I didn't add any 'ip route'; the web 
interface did it for me.  I thought it was odd at first but then I
figured they (Cisco) knew better.



>> Running a web site for an internet radio station, a photo site, several
>> band sites, a horse farm, a travel agency, and a software company. =A0Ac-
>> cesses from all over the world.
>
>Well, if it is working out then good luck. For business use
>I have tended to avoid the bottom end of the range. Luckily
>I had a budget available to use 2801 for business locations.
>I have often used 8[357]x for "home" access to business systems
>without reservation, but had seen issues on office sites.

In time.  I just got off of awful Verizon T1, so as things progress
on the new service I may opt for another router.

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12/29/2008 12:12:01 PM
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Snow Leopard on Macbook with 4 GB RAM, 320 GB HD. Why does Activity monitor report such a big used System Memory: "Used: 2.6 GB" when the only thing I have opened is Activity monitor. (Helpfully, it does not allow copy/paste of details - in this day and age when you can openly copy/paste from even clippings!) -- dorayme In article <andreas-26BD40.08522915042011@news.individual.de>, Andreas Rutishauser <andreas@macandreas.ch> wrote: > Salut dorayne > > In article <dorayme-AD6598.13534215042011@news.albasani.net>, > dorayme <dorayme@optusnet.com.au> wrote: > > > Snow Leopard on Macbook with 4 GB RAM, 320 GB HD. Why does > > Activity monitor report such a big used System Memory: > > > > "Used: 2.6 GB" > > > > when the only thing I have opened is Activity monitor. > .... > Look at the "memory" tab, let it show you "all processes" and sort them > by "physical memory" (sorry, german OS here, so terms might not be > exact...) > > Well, I am not looking at my navel, beautiful as it is, Andreas! <g>. What does the "Used" bottom left mean? How come so much? -- dorayme Salut dorayne In article <dorayme-AD6598.13534215042011@news.albasani.net>, dorayme <dorayme@optusnet.com.au> wrote: > Snow Leopard on Macbook with 4 GB RAM, 320 GB HD. Why does > Activity monitor report such ...

how to handle the exception handling when NEW operator failed to allocate memory #2
Hi , I am using the NEW operator to allocate the memory in many places of my code.But I am not doing any error hadling or exception handling.Can any one suggests me how to do exception handling, which code part I have to add to do the exception handling Thanks in advance, .. jayapal wrote: > I am using the NEW operator I believe you mean the "new operator" (C++ is case sensitive). > to allocate the memory in many places of > my code.But I am not doing any error hadling or exception handling.Can > any one suggests me how to do exception handling, which code part I ...

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Is it OT here to talk about IPC and pipes? Or are all aspects of kernle programming ok here? Bill Bill Cunningham <nospam@nspam.com> wrote: > Is it OT here to talk about IPC and pipes? Or are all aspects of kernle > programming ok here? If you want to discuss how IPC and pipes are implemented in the kernel it's completely ok. But if you're interested in how to use IPC or pipes from a userland program then posting to e.g. comp.unix.programmer or comp.os.linux.development.apps will probably make a lot more sense. R...

Cisco
Hi, I have a static IP address from my ISP. I also have a router with a built in Modem so I plug the router into the telephone line. If I make a direct connection from my router to my PC with the following addresses on my PC everything works fine, I get a connection to the internet (can view webpages): IP: 194.97.248.40 Subnet: 255.255.255.250 Default Gateway: 194.97.248.39 Preferred DNS : 193.167.64.5 Alternate DNS : 194.97.230.30 As soon as I connect my Cisco 501 PIX in between the PC and the router, I don't get any internet connection. Here are the steps I am following to configure the firewall, so please guide me where I am going wrong: I start the PDM by going to https://192.168.1.1/startup.html Once started and authenticated get the Basic Configuration and I leave the default values ( PIX Host Name = pixfirewall, Domain Name: ciscopix.com) On the next page "Outside Interface Configuration" I leave the "Speed to Auto" and I select "static IP address" and input the following details IP 194.97.248.40, Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.250 and Default Gateway: 194.97.248.39 On the next page I leave the remote VPN page empty On the next page I also leave the Auto update Configuration empty On the next page "Other Interfaces Configuration I can see the Inside and outside interface settings and the inside has a security level of 100 and the outside has 0. On the next page "NAT and PAT Configuration" I select "do not trans...

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Used Cisco Used Switch Used Cisco Router Used Cisco Switch At LinkWaves Corp
Hello Guy. I just bought a cisco 7206VXR from http://www.linkwaves.com. Quick shipping fedex 3 days saver for $85. I think they are great Quick Ship Great Services Excelent Products For Quick Quote. Please visit here http://www.linkwaves.com/requestquote.asp For Quick Search. Please visit here http://www.linkwaves.com/productsearch.asp Their Contact is LinkWaves Corp 29980 Technology Drive, Suite 6 Murrieta, CA 92563 Tel: +1-909-725-9143 Fax: =1-707-221-3762 http://www.linkwaves.com sales(at)linkwaves.com ...

Business VoIP Solutions Using Cisco Gateways, Cisco Call Agent, And Cisco IP Phones
Any company looking for a solid business VoIP solution is likely going to zero in on what's available from Cisco. This article describes just some of the better offerings Cisco has to get you where you want to go. http://broadband-nation.blogspot.com/2007/09/business-voip-solutions-using-cisco.html God Bless, Michael Lemm FreedomFire Communications "Helping YOUR Business....DO Business" http://DS3-Bandwidth.com http://www.linkedin.com/in/freedomfirecom ...

Cisco CallManager 4.2 JTapi #2
Hi, we configured Cisco Callmanager zu schon a special Name in the Display of the Cisco Phones. Now we have a jtapi based application in which this text also should be avaiable. We can this information readout. regards meryc How can we read out this information? ...

Cisco vpnclient 4.8.00 on x86_64 FC5: Failed to establish a VPN connection #2
I've been successfully using vpnclient-linux-x86_64-4.8.00.0490-k9 from Cisco on a Fedora Core 5 x86_64 computer, but kernel-2.6.20-1.2312.fc5 no longer plays nicely with it. It did work fine with 2.6.18-1.2257 from January. Firstly, I had to install the patch from http://www.tuxx-home.at/archives/2006/12/07/T09_36_48/ which makes it possible to compile the vpn package, albeit with a few warnings. I end up with a module that the kernel accepts, but trying to open the vpn connection always fails with the rather cryptic error message "Failed to establish a VPN connection" without producing anything else in the system logs. Suggestions, anyone? Compile log (newlines added and slightly edited down for clarity): # tail -f /var/log/messages & # uname -a Linux tigger.otto.net 2.6.20-1.2312.fc5 #1 SMP Tue Apr 10 15:14:58 EDT 2007 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux # cat /etc/redhat-release Fedora Core release 5 (Bordeaux) # tar xzf vpnclient-linux-x86_64-4.8.00.0490-k9.tar.gz # cd vpnclient vpnclient# patch < ../vpnclient-linux-2.6.19+-rev1.diff patching file IPSecDrvOS_linux.c patching file frag.c patching file interceptor.c patching file linuxcniapi.c vpnclient# ./vpn_install Cisco Systems VPN Client Version 4.8.00 (0490) Linux Installer Copyright (C) 1998-2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. By installing this product you agree that you have read the license.txt file (The VPN Client license) and will comply with its terms. Directory where binarie...

OS/2 gurus! Help with OS/2 config.sys Fwd: Trouble with a Personal System/2
Folks, I suck at OS/2, and this guy has a problem. Config.sys has been changed. Any way to boot in recovery mode? No further info yet, unknown if this was a result of a FixPack, adapter install, or a program update. Challenge, this may be a production unit, and it may be doing involved things. -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Trouble with a Personal System/2 Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2010 20:40:20 -0400 From: <brian@centralindianapatternandmold.com> To: <ohland@charter.net> please help . config.sys got changed os2 ibm indurstial computer-will not boot? In article <npapo.23064$qU5.8268@newsfe20.iad>, Louis Ohland <ohland@charter.net> wrote: > Folks, I suck at OS/2, and this guy has a problem. > > Config.sys has been changed. > > Any way to boot in recovery mode? No further info yet, unknown if this > was a result of a FixPack, adapter install, or a program update. > > Challenge, this may be a production unit, and it may be doing involved > things. 1. Boot (C-A-D). 2. Wait for "boot blob" at top left corner of the screen (a white box, and "OS/2"). 3. Press Alt-F1. 4. Select "Boot to command prompt (use original CONFIG.SYS)" option. 5. Fix the CONFIG.SYS Alternatively, boot to command prompt from the OS/2 installation diskettes. -- Don Hills (dmhills at attglobaldotnet) Wellington, New Zealand "New interface ...

Trouble Installing Linux/Cisco VPN Client Has anyone had trouble compiling the linux cisco vpn client? Here is the output of the install script: # uname -rviosm Linux 2.4.22-1.2188.nptl #1
Has anyone had trouble compiling the linux cisco vpn client? Here is the output of the install script: # uname -rviosm Linux 2.4.22-1.2188.nptl #1 Wed Apr 21 20:19:18 EDT 2004 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux ../vpn_install Cisco Systems VPN Client Version 4.0.3 (B) Linux Installer Copyright (C) 1998-2001 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. By installing this product you agree that you have read the license.txt file (The VPN Client license) and will comply with its terms. Directory where binaries will be installed [/usr/local/bin] Automatically start the VPN service at boot time [yes] In order to build the VPN kernel module, you must have the kernel headers for the version of the kernel you are running. For RedHat 6.x users these files are installed in /usr/src/linux by default For RedHat 7.x users these files are installed in /usr/src/linux-2.4 by default For Suse 7.3 users these files are installed in /usr/src/linux-2.4.10.SuSE by de fault Directory containing linux kernel source code [/lib/modules/2.4.22-1.2188.nptl/b uild] * Binaries will be installed in "/usr/local/bin". * Modules will be installed in "/lib/modules/2.4.22-1.2188.nptl/CiscoVPN". * The VPN service will be started AUTOMATICALLY at boot time. * Kernel source from "/lib/modules/2.4.22-1.2188.nptl/build" will be used to bui ld the module. Is the above correct [y] y Making module In file included from Cniapi.h:15, from linuxcniapi.c:24: GenDefs.h...

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